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The 12 Parties Not to Miss in San Diego: Nerd HQ

Posted by Hayley in Jul 17,2013 with No Comments

Nerd HQ Swings for the Fences

“Viva La Nerdolution!” Zach Levi proclaims. His Nerd HQ is planting its flag in the biggest venue in San Diego: Petco Park.

In it’s third year, Levi’s crew bumps the hometown Padres on a Lakers-during-the-Grammys-esque road trip of 15 days while they snag their home stadium.

Beyond the massive scope of the gaming, signings, and parties free and open to the public, Levi’s wrangled Joss Whedon, Joe Maganiello, and a slew of others for his own ticketed panels (think, “Dr. Who”,  “Orphan Black”) and donates the ticket price ($22) to Operation Smile. Last year, he raised $140,000 for Operation Smile. (Twitter @thenerdmachine/Instagram: @Nerdmachine) Thursday-Sunday produced by 48 Communications and Rogers and Cowan. [Source]

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Nerds Versus Aliens: Photo

Posted by Hayley in Jul 17,2013 with No Comments

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This will be auctioned off at Nerd HQ. Auction items will include seven 24×36 gallery wrapped canvas prints, and one HUGE 14′ long x 3′ tall canvas print. Proceeds to Operation Smile.

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Nerd HQ: Conversations for a Cause – More Panels

Posted by Hayley in Jul 15,2013 with No Comments

Information for the second wave of panels at Nerd HQ is now up at The Nerd Machine. Tickets will go on sale as soon as TNM are able.

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Scene Magazine – 2011

Posted by Hayley in Oct 05,2011 with No Comments

I have added a scan from Scene magazine (biggest size scan I have) It features pictures and a fantastic article on Zac and The Nerd Machine’s Nerd HQ, written by a dear friend of mine. Check it out!

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Inside Xbox: Event Coverage: Comic-Con 2011

Posted by Hayley in Jul 30,2011 with No Comments

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Interview with Zac at the Nerd HQ Party

Posted by Hayley in Jul 27,2011 with No Comments

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Zac at Nerd HQ

Posted by Hayley in Jul 27,2011 with No Comments

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Zachary Levi at Nerd HQ – Jay Leno Clip

Posted by Hayley in Jul 26,2011 with No Comments

There was a short clip of Zac at Nerd HQ on Jay Leno yesterday. I made a clip and added it to our youtube channel.

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Nerd HQ Photos

Posted by Hayley in Jul 25,2011 with 1 Comment

Arlene kindly shared her photos of Zac at Nerd HQ with ZLF. Thanks so much, Arlene!

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Zachary Levi and The Nerd Machine

Posted by Hayley in Jul 25,2011 with No Comments

ne of the San Diego Comic Con’s biggest attractions in 2011, Business Review Canada got exclusive insight into why Zachary Levi from NBC’s Chuck not only promotes nerd culture with his clothing line The Nerd Machine, but also gives back to fans with his hosting of Nerd HQ.

Known for his leading roles in Chuck, Tangled, and Less Than Perfect, Zachary Levi is an up and coming actor on the Hollywood scene. Faithfully attending Comic-Con over the past couple of years, it has become clear that Levi not only portrays a nerdy character on NBC’s Chuck, but is also pretty nerdy himself. Because of this, Zachary Levi has become one of the main representatives of nerd culture.

Described as a down-to-earth celebrity, Zachary Levi started his own company in 2010. Representing his own personality and the comradery of nerds in general, Levi’s company, The Nerd Machine, produces a geek-esque clothing line that features shirts with Transformer-style robots and simple text such as “Nerd.”

“At The Nerd Machine, we’re a little company, we launched last year–a year ago with just the one Nerd shirt and had the first Nerd Party. It was a lot of fun; we just danced the night away. We had a lot of good resonance with the one shirt, people would see me wearing it and we’d hand some out to fans—people really liked it. I was like, maybe we have a deal here, maybe something that could work,” said Zachary Levi to Business Review Canada. [READ THE REST HERE]

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